Minimalist Wedding Dress: Our 10 Favorite Styles

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Minimalist Wedding Dress: Our 10 Favorite Styles

What is a Minimalist Wedding Gown?

If you are looking to keep your wedding simple, think about wearing a minimalist wedding dress. Typically, these dresses mean that there are minimum adornments, and many simple lines. The dresses are usually white and rely on natural curves for the beauty. Minimalist wedding dresses usually indicate a ceremony and reception with minimal decorations. Most minimalist venues rely on nature’s or the building’s natural beauty. This is a great way to maximize natural landscape, andminimize costs.

Minimalist Wedding Gown Favorites

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Why we love it: With no adornments, and a sheer fabric on the bodice, this dress is simple, yet the shape keeps it very feminine. This would be great for an outdoor wedding.

 

Photo courtesy of Dennis Basso.

Photo courtesy of Dennis Basso.

Why we love it:  The boat neck, and 3/4 sleeves are reminiscent of a blouse, but the small bow, made of the same material as the dress, adds a touch of elegance that continues through the skirt.

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Why we love it:  The light fabric is absolutely stunning as the creases are reminiscent of a Greek column. Greek goddess anyone?

Photo courtesy of Nordstrom.

Photo courtesy of Nordstrom.

Why we love it:  The juxtaposition of the loose bodice and sleek skirt adds just enough flair to keep this minimalist wedding dress ultra sexy. We also love straps with different widths.

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Why we love it:  The dress screams minimalist! The sleek satin keeps the dress tight and simple, while the bunching in the midriff brings a minimal amount of adornment. To top it off, the sleeves add a simple sense of modesty.

Photo courtesy of Jenny Yoo.

Photo courtesy of Jenny Yoo.

Why we love it:  It is not uncommon to see mermaid wedding dresses adorned with all sorts of lace and glitz. This minimalist wedding gown is the antithesis of such; the tight satin shows slight vertical seams …and that is about it. Elegant but simple.

Photo courtesy of Marni.

Photo courtesy of Marni.

Why we love it:  This short wedding dress is a simple, but fun way to approach a minimalist wedding dress. With no adornment, and strong lines created through the straps and seams, this wedding gown has a real feminine fit.

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Why we love it:  We love the simple, columned high-waist skirt flowing beneath the adorned top.

Photo courtesy of Reem Acra.

Photo courtesy of Reem Acra.

Why we love it:  This minimalist wedding dress has subtle, yet strong lines. The squared lining around the chest, coupled with the diagonal lines on the bodice, and the vertical lines on the skirt, add just enough variety to this simple gown.

Photo courtesy of Vionnet.

Photo courtesy of Vionnet.

Why we love it:  This dress has a strong combination of sexy and casual. With the top gathering at the waist, the skirt is a simple, straight fit.

For More Information:

Examples of Minimalist weddings
About the Minimalist art movement

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